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Lead Plumbing Parts Could be Replaced by New Alloy

Gregory

A team of researchers at Purdue University might have just created the biggest advancement in the plumbing world in decades.   For years, lead plumbing has been a known issue--but only recently has official legislation come into effect to regulate its use. But thanks to the team at the …

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Koala Refuses to Leave Air Conditioned Car

Gregory

On a hot day in Australia, a winemaker got a surprise visit while working outside.   Tim Withrow left his car running and the air conditioning on so his dog could go in and out to beat the heat. But, turns out his pooch wasn't the only one who had that same idea.   A koala be…

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Employee Spotlight: Brandon

Gregory

SupplyHouse.com was built on and continues to grow thanks to the people who work here.  Every team member brings a unique and beneficial skill set to the table, helping us continue to provide the best service possible to each and every one of our customers.   The Meet the Team page giv…

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Steam Boiler is Over 50 Years Old, High School Considers Replacing Artifact

Gregory

A high school in Geneseo is still using Kewanee steam boilers originally installed in 1952 and 1963. These systems, over 60 years old, are in desperate need of repairs, which is causing the school to debate replacing them altogether.   The original steam boiler was installed in 1952 to ac…

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The MOST Accurate Way to Check Your Oil Levels

Rosie

 Well folks, the future is here. Prepare for the lift-off of the new Beckett Rocket 17000 System—a wireless fuel level monitor made with efficiency and comfort in mind. This Rocket is an electronic gauge that will measure the amount of fuel in your oil tank with sharp accuracy. But it doesn’t s…

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Changing Batteries in Your Thermostats Just Got Easier

Gregory

Check out this instructional video to learn how easy it can be to swap out the batteries in your thermostats! We’ll cover different common thermostats, and you’ll see just how simple and hassle-free it can be to change your batteries. From a basic Honeywell thermostat to a more advanced Honeywel…

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Couple Turns Off Heat for 10 Years

Gregory

Let’s talk about our neighbors across the pond for a moment. There’s a couple in England who, over the last 10 years, have saved an incredible £15,000; that’s over $19,000! Their trick? It has to do with their heating practices…mainly that they haven’t used their heat in the past 10 y…

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When Pigs Fly: Truffles the Pig Makes an Office Appearance

Gregory

Recently, we took our unique office mentality with allowing pets in the office to a whole new level. One of our employees brought in his pet pig, Truffles, for a visit. Suffice it to say, this impromptu meet-and-greet was a morale and productivity booster for the entire office.   &nb…

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Baltimore Ravens Donate New HVAC System to School

Gregory

Earlier this month, the Baltimore Ravens donated $200,000 dedicated to fixing Lakewood Elementary School’s air conditioning and heating systems.   Located in east Baltimore, the school and its students have suffered before because of extreme temperatures; on numerous occasions, the scho…

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HVAC Companies Partner to Fund Repairs for a Homeowner’s Heating System

Raquel

We are partnering with HeatingHelp.com, a forum-based website for homeowners and contractors alike, to help a homeowner in need. On December 14th and 15th, 2018, contractors and businesses are donating their time and resources as a way to come together for Sterling, CT resident Michelle Leone, …

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Trade Tuesday Promotion Finishes with Record-Breaking Sales

Gregory

Last week, we offered a 5 percent off site-wide sale for Trade Tuesday, our version of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Taking place on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, Nov. 27, customers were eligible for discounts on products from fittings to boilers and everything in between.    …

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In Hot Water: The Know Before You Buy Guide to Boilers

Nick B

Boilers are the most common heat source for a hydronic heating system.  They use natural gas, propane, oil, wood, or electricity to heat water or produce steam, depending on what is available.  Burning their fuel of choice, the system then circulates the heated water or steam through a network of…

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